New in this ReleaseWe have integrated the existing CasJobs Groups feature into the new SciServer Groups, making it easier than ever to share data with your colleagues and students.
New in this ReleaseThis SciServer releases includes two major updates.
SciServer logins now link to external accounts
The first update allows users to link their SciServer accounts to their external accounts such as a University Organization, Gmail, or ORCiD.
The first time you log in to the new system, you will be asked whether you would like to link your SciServer login name to your account(s) in any of these external authentication methods. If you create a new SciServer account, you can link with your other accounts immediately. You can unlink accounts any time by going to the new My Profile menu in your SciServer Dashboard.
Data Volumes are now visible from the Dashboard
The second update introduces "Data Volumes" to the Files view. Data Volumes are datasets that data curators have made available to the entire SciServer community. They have always been available through the SciServer Compute interface, listed as checkboxes to mount to new compute containers.
Now that Data Volumes are visible from the Dashboard, you can see their contents as well as copy data from these shared datasets into your own Storage and/or Temporary space.
New in this ReleaseWe are in the process of changing the way turbulence service cutouts are returned. This release changes the back-end endpoint; a future release will make use of this change within SciServer Compute and Compute Jobs.
New in this ReleaseA small fix to patch a known security issue with the file system
New in this ReleaseA few backend changes to better support creating and sharing of user volumes and data volumes
New in this ReleaseA number of backend changes to support various features - most importantly, a fix to a bug that sometimes caused users to be locked out of their accounts until resetting passwords
New in this ReleaseSeveral server-side bug fixes and updates to support upcoming new features
Serverside update to extend the number of compute containers that can be created by a restricted group of users
Prototype deployment of GPU compute cluster for restricted Group access
Minor release to fix link to SkyServer